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Building permits are usually issued approximately two-three weeks after a complete application is submitted, but processing time may take longer if application is incomplete or project is more complex.
Small Residential Projects may qualify for Next Day Building Permits.
Plumbing permits for fixtures, such as toilet, sinks, tubsAll Mechanical permits
All electrical permits must be applied for by City licensed Electricians
http://md-hagerstown2.civicplus.com/forms.aspx?FID=120 Fire Report Request Form
It is not uncommon for the software to recommend more units from the onset of the incident. This is a significant benefit to the public in that it gets additional resources to the scene quicker. It also benefits the fire service to improve the safety of the responder's by having more available people earlier in an incident.
Meritus Medical Center regularly schedules seat installations by appointment.
All requests for refunds and/or changes must be submitted in writing to the Parks & Recreation office at 351 N. Cleveland Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Requests received by the Parks & Recreation officeforty-five (45) business days or more before the date the facility is reserved will receive a fifty percent (50%) refund of the total paid in the form of a credit which can be used for future City Parks & Recreation events or facility reservations. No cash, check, or credit card refunds will be issued. After forty-five (45) days, renter forfeits the entire amount paid.
If you need to change the date or location of your facility rental, please contact our office. The request must be received by the City forty-five (45) business days or more before the original reservation date. No date or location change requests will be accepted by the City if LESS THAN forty-five (45) business days before the original reservation date.
All requests for refunds and/or changes must be submitted in writing to the Parks & Recreation office at 351 N. Cleveland Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Requests received by the Parks & Recreation office ten (10) business days or more before the date the facility is reserved will receive a fifty percent (50%) refund of the total paid in the form of a credit which can be used for future City Parks & Recreation events or facility reservations. No cash, check, or credit card refunds will be issued. After ten (10) days, renter forfeits the entire amount paid.
If you need to change the date or location of your pavilion rental, please contact our office. The request must be received by the City ten (10) business days or more before the original reservation date. No date or location change requests will be accepted by the City LESS THAN ten (10) business days before the original reservation date.
Non-residential fences may also be subject to landscaping requirements in accordance with the Land Management Code. Fences can be no taller than 6 feet in residential zoning districts, 8 feet in commercial zoning districts, and 10 feet in industrial zoning districts. Additional Fence Information
For payment we accept cash and personal checks. We are in process of implementing an online payment option, for your convenience.
You will find more in depth information on how this program works on our bulk trash page.
You may also make a payment at our after-hours drop box located on Potomac Street in front of City Hall. Payments can also be made online.
We will be in touch regarding the payment due or you may call the Public Works Office at (301) 739-8577 ext. 178. You can also apply in person Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at:51 W. Memorial Blvd.Hagerstown, MD 21740
For payment we accept cash and personal checks.
For State intersections please contact: State Highways: 301-791-4790 for County intersections contact: County Highways: 240-313-2720, you may also call Erik Kline at 301-739-8577 x. 177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward your report to the appropriate agency.
Please do your best to ensure that the problem is not internal. If a lineworker is dispatched to investigate, and it turns out to be an internal problem, a charge of $85 will be billed to you. If it is our problem, then, of course, no bill will be rendered.
At that time, you will be required to show proper identification. A new account connection will appear on your first bill. A security deposit will be required unless you can otherwise establish credit. A customer service representative can explain these requirements to you in more detail. You may contact the Billing and Customer Service Office at (301) 790-4160.
There is no charge for this service, but we do require a few days notice. If the service is torn down during the trimming process and we have to make repairs, you will be billed for all work performed. Learn More!
When you call us first, you could save the unnecessary expense of a plumber. Discontinue inside water use. If your sewer cleanout near the street is accessible, our personnel will be able to determine if the blockage is in the customer’s line or in the city’s line. If the blockage is in the city’s line, our personnel will be able to break the blockage, ending the backup. If there is not a cleanout, or if the cleanout cannot be located, you will need to call a plumber to assist you. If you call a plumber first and the blockage is caused by the city, you will be responsible for payment to the plumber. If you do not have a cleanout, you are responsible for clearing blockages from your home to the city main in the street.
As a property owner, you are responsible for your cleanout. If the cleanout is buried, a registered plumber should be able to locate and raise it for you. If it is hidden, you need to make it easy for our crew to access. The Water and Sewer Department Engineering Division may be able to provide a location of the cleanout according to our records by calling (301) 739-8577 ext. 651.
Inflow is were surface water enters the system (i.e., clean out or storm drain). Infiltration is where ground water enters the system either through manholes or broken pipe. Field technicians note the locations for repairs.
City jurisdiction stops at your water meter, the city reads and maintains the meter. In case of emergencies or for extended non-payment, the city will come out and turn on and off water service.